Chinese power generators connected in Bangladesh
Harbin Electric Corporation (HE) announced on Nov 10 that a set of 275MW coal-fired power generation units designed and manufactured by the company, were successfully connected to the power grid of Bangladesh.
It’s the first coal-fired power plant project signed by HE and the power development administration of Bangladesh, following two gas generation projects signed previously.
The project is located in the northwest of Bangladesh, about 400 kilometers away from its capital city, Dhaka.
HE is responsible for the design, construction, installation and system debugging, as well as a five-year service project.
On Nov 10, the power generation units were successfully connected to the power grid and started generating electricity. A trial operation lasting 42 days will soon be conducted to guarantee the security and reliability of the project.
A 275MW coal-fired power plant project constructed by Harbin Electric Corporation is located in the northwest of Bangladesh, about 400 kilometers away from its capital city, Dhaka.[Photo/Chinanews.com]
Staff members from China’s Harbin Electric Corporation celebrate the successful trial of one set of coal-fired power generation units in Bangladesh on Nov 1.[Photo/Chinanews.com]
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